Upcoming trips with local travel clubs
Roadrunners of Nevada County
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Nov. 10: COWPOKE FALL GATHERING. Join us for a fun evening of cowboy poetry, storytelling, and songs held at Blue Goose Events Center in nearby Loomis. Since food will not be available at the venue, we’re going to have a very late lunch or a very early dinner at Sizzler in Auburn on the way down to Loomis. Includes transportation, meal, and admission. 2:30 p.m. Park & Ride, 3 p.m. SPD.
Dec. 12 and 13: CHRISTMAS AT UNION SQUARE, San Francisco. Includes overnight at Handerly Union Square Hotel, full American breakfast at Daily Grill Restaurant, Best of Holidays Performance in the Razz Room at Hotel Nikko. Hosted lunch at Fog Harbor Fish House at Pier 39, Night tour of city and holiday lights. Free time to shop. Park and Ride 8, SPD 8:30 a.m. Even though we had a lot of cancellations on this trip and currently are under the 40 required, we’re working on it.
Jan. 17: ESQUIRE IMAX. View 2 stunningly beautiful films in 3D: Born to be Wild is the story of orphaned elephants and orangutans and how some extraordinary people worked to rehabilitate and then return them to the wild; Space Station is the story of how this marvel of science was built and the work that is being done in the zero gravity laboratory. Followed by hosted lunch at Old Spaghetti Factory. 9 a.m. Park & Ride, 9:30 a.m. SPD.
Jan. 27: DELTA KING SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH and PLAY. This combination was so popular last year we’re bringing it back only with a different play. The Delta King provides a bountiful Sunday brunch and they keep the champagne flowing throughout the meal. After the meal we go downstairs to the lower level of the boat to see GRABNET, a spoof of the old TV show Dragnet. Should be a lot of fun and laughs. 10 a,n, Park & Ride, 10:30 a.m. SPD.
April 28 through May 5, 2013: SOUTHERN CHARM. This eight-day Collette tour features Charleston, Savannah, Jekyll Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, and more. Call for more information.
For information and/or reservations call Ronnie at (530) 272-1830 (h) or (530) 205-6157 (c). For information and/or payments: Hallie at (530) 272-5467 (h) or (916) 214-8746 (c). Visit our new Website: http://www.manyroadrunnersnc.org.
The GraNeva A’s
Our next big event is the annual Mystery Tour coming up Oct. 13 and 14. Our next meeting is at 7 p.m. on October 25 at Penny’s Diner. For more information about our club, visit http://www.granevaas.com.
Happy Trails Travelers
Trips to Reno Silver Legacy on Nov. 9, Dec. 14 and Jan. 11. We play bingo on the way. You are served coffee and fresh pastries. We’re a fun group. If you want to join us, call Laura for more information and reservations at (530)273-9641.
Nevada County Travel Club
We meet the second Wednesday of every month at the United Methodist Church of Grass Valley. A three-course lunch is served at 12:30 p.m. with time for tour sign-ups, payments and socializing beforehand. A travel program follows lunch. At the November 14 meeting, Collette Vacation Tours for 2013 will be presented. All are welcome to attend, get to know the members and tour with the groups. To make a reservation, call Pat at (530) 274-9565. Day trips and longer cruises and tours are planned for members throughout the year. Information is available from our Tour Director, Brenda Shilling at (530) 432-5301.
Join our groups on the following tours:
October 31: Annual Halloween Mystery Tour: more ghosts than you can count!
November 8 and 9: Jersey Night at Reno El Dorado, all inclusive: transportation, hotel, performance, and meals.
December 8: Holiday Home Tour with lunch.
December 27: Annual year end celebration dinner.
April 4 through 16, 2013: England’s Treasures: Lake District, Cornwall and the Cotswolds with 3 nights in London.
May 30 through June 8, 2013:Alaska Cruising round-trip from Grass Valley to San Francisco pier through the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay to Ports of Haines, Sitka, Ketchikan and Victoria.
October 9 through 16, 2013: -Colors of New England: Round-trip Grass Valley to Boston then on to the charming and vibrant northern states of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
December 29, 2013 through January 2, 2014: Southern California New Year’s Getaway with round-trip air. Ring in the New Year: Party and attend the Tournament of Roses Parade.
Golden Empire Sams RV Club
Those interested in attending club activities and/or exploring membership are encouraged to contact our Membership Chairman, Roger Lilly at (530) 477-1799 or our President, Fred Fluke at (530) 823-5562.
Native Daughters of the Golden West
In 1939, the California Mission Models made their debut at the World’s Fair at Treasure Island. These 21 missions are on display at the Cline Winery in Sonoma. A historic trip is planned by Manzanita Parlor No. 29, Native Daughters of the Golden
West. This is a fundraiser for our 125th Anniversary, March 2013. The bus trip has been rescheduled for Wednesday, October 24. We’ll also be visiting General Vallejo’s home, Mission San Francisco Solano in Sonoma and Barracks Museum. Deadline date for reservations is October 15. For more information and reservations, call Laura at (530) 273-9641.
October 2013 India Spiritual Tour
Want to see the Taj Mahal and visit Mother Teresa’s ashram in Calcutta? Would you like to learn about the Hindu goddesses and see where the Buddha preached his first sermon? Join Jivat Mukhi, raised in Pune, India and Shanti Emerson, former college creative writing teacher, on a 15-day tour with an optional pre-extension to Nepal. There is room for 12 people to join the trip, which includes visiting Delhi, the capital of India, the Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar, a boat ride on the Ganges River at Varanasi, and the incredible event, the Kumbh Mela in Allahabad. The tour is January 26 through February 9, 2013 and costs less than $4,000 including international airfare. Visit their website http://www.shantisindiatours.com.
For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
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